Democratic Party front-runner Hillary Clinton has in the past been very indulgent of protesters at her events. She’s indulged Black Lives Matter protesters in the past, even agreeing to meet with them privately to address their concerns after having been shouted down by them.
However, in a New Hampshire town hall meeting, Hillary would not indulge a voice out of turn. A woman, reportedly a Republican State Representative, stood up during the question and answer session, yelling a question about Juanita Broderrick, the woman who has accused Bill Clinton of raping her in the late 1970s.
When Hillary called on someone else, the woman sat down. But, even though the woman had stopped talking, her outburst had already caught Clinton’s attention. The candidate turned her gaze toward the woman and snapped, “You are very rude, and I am not going to ever call on you.”
The crowd erupted in applause and the woman momentarily resumed shouting.
The event then continued.
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) January 3, 2016
The woman who heckled Clinton was a GOP State Rep. from Derry. She was trying to ask about Juanita Broderrick's rape allegations against WJC
— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) January 3, 2016